Apple warns of spyware attacks

Apple he said he would continue to inform and warn victims in the fight against state-sponsored spyware.

According to the site’s report MacRumors Apple i described in detail how he warns users when he believes they have been targeted by attackers. Users will receive notifications via email-a i iMessage to the addresses and telephone numbers associated with Apple ID-om.

When you visit the address, they will see and a prominent “threat notification” message which shows what happened and when.

The company stressed that these notices will never ask you to click on links, download content or share login details such as passwords and verification codes.

Instead, users are required to visit a web address Apple ID-a to check warnings.

Apple also pointed out to users to the list of emergency resources Consumer Reports, if they don’t get notified, but are still pretty sure they were attacked, either by government actors or other cyber attackers. These types of notifications are not something new. Companies like Google, has been informing potential victims for years.

Apple’s The explanation is relevant to the overall concern about spyware from NSO groups and other spy groups. However, it can be crucial for activists, journalists or critics who could easily face attacks from repressive governments.

Source: Engadget

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